Joe Sweeney’s latest exhibition tackles the weird, wide world of modern masculinity. With knobs on/in.
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The cult art magazine returns for its fifth year, just in time for the witching season. Spooky!
We fell in love with the pages of Call Me by Your Name back in 2007, and with it again on-screen in 2017. Now, Aciman reunites Elio and Oliver in Find Me, which begs the question: does true love ever die?
The fashion designer and head of jewellery at Dior Homme weighs in on her new unisex line of Chucks inspired by the military bunny boot.
What makes Warsaw’s nightlife special? DIY label-runner and DJ Rrrrktra shines a light on the Polish capital’s underground
Taking you from the workplace to the sticky-floored club, Caitlin Price has teamed up with her sister to design a sexy and affordable take on fashion sustainability.
Preston is my Paris zine is transforming its decade-long work into a book, for your viewing pleasure.
Moses Gomes-Santos’ powerful short film charts the detrimental, sometimes deadly, effects the pressures of life can have on young men.
Sun, sea and psychedelic sounds! DJ and producer Maft Sai gives us the low-down on the sleepless city, Bangkok.
Shown at Frieze, the duo’s SS20 collection marks the birth of the Symonds Pearmain woman 2.0.
The Face delved inside the south London singer's “busy brain” for top tips on ultimate relaxation and finding The One.
Inspired by the distortion of today’s news coverage, the ex-Stone Roses guitarist paints his subjects in strange, fragmented scenarios.
After two successful stops in Liverpool and London, the exhibition exploring depictions of the north is back with an even fresher perspective.
‘Fashion Central Saint Martins’ details the rich history of the London school’s famed alumni, past and present. But what does it take to walk down the famous halls, and what does the future look like for CSM?
We welcome in a month packed full of stuff worth getting out of bed for.
Sam Taylor-Johnson opens up about the film tackling addiction and the controversy surrounding a “memoir” built on lies.
Photographer Mark Alesky takes us on a roots reggae sound system visual odyssey.
Melbourne’s nightlife scene may be under a club-closure crisis, but DJ Andras is here to prove the party is still well and truly alive.